Generation I & II at Lake Land Village Golf Course
LakeLand Village in Allyn, Wash. offers a 27-hole layout that will appeal to players of all skill levels. It's a PGA-caliber golf course that is player friendly but still has plenty of challenges in store. The golf course is divided into three nine-hole layouts that are played in 18-hole combinations. The nines are referred to as Generation I, II, and III. Gen I and Gen II are the shorter of the three layouts and have a classic design. The undulating greens are known for being some of the best in the state, offering smooth surfaces that putt fast and true. In addition to keen short-game skills, accuracy is key on this golf course since several of the fairways are fairly narrow and there are out-of-bounds and water hazards throughout.
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Food & BeverageSnacks, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Banquet Facilities
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Great course in great condition
Course is in excellent shape, especially the greens. Best around. Loved the variety of holes and fun layout.
Great wet weather track
I play this course about twice a month. With the wet weather coming I still get some roll on the ball. The greens are starting to get back to normal. Great job with that.
Played the blues first ever, came up with an 88. The is OB and lateral everywhere on this course. Drive it straight or you’re in trouble. The wind was blowing hard as well. Overall fun course to play. Always a uphill or downhill shot to make.
Good wet weather course
This course offers plenty of birdie opportunities as well as some long par 4s where par or bogey is a good score. The fairways will give you the roll. Something the will be harder to find as wet weather descends.
I play this course several times a year. This summer the greens appeared to be under watered and rolling crazy fast (14...?) and would not hold wedges or even long putts.
When the season is wetter (spring and fall) the greens are more fair and hold well - but you get no roll out on your tee shots and long irons.
All in all, I love the course and its variety of holes/layout. Challenging enough to keep your attention without being frustrating.
This course was punched and sanded an still putted great. Usually has fast greens. Todaybwas tad slower but great job on the greens. Very playable
Played in the afternoon and it was not too crowded. A little dry in places, but overall the course is in excellent condition. Price on Golf Now was more than reasonable.
Usually this course gives you the conditions that we wait all winter for. Great fairways and some roll. On this particular day there was a lot of water on the course. Very soggy and there were places on several holes that were so wet they were almost unplayable.
Carts drive over those parts and tear up the course as well.
I love this course but let it dry out some and leave the wet soggy conditions for winter.
I had a very good experience. Met three really good guys and Had a very enjoyable round of golf.
My favorite course
I live in Tacoma and have played all the on the peninsula, in town, and many others. I now play Lakeland at least once a week and twice is not uncommon. My drive to Lakeland is 45-50 minutes and I don;t care. The greens are sweet, fast, challenging, I'd pit the overall against anywhere, Olympic, Oakbrook, McCormick. They are right. The layout of Gen 3 and 2 challenge you every hole. 5 and 6 on Gen 3 are short but frustrating . We call it the gauntlet. The guys at the desk are great and the girls are beautiful. Good beer, burgers and dogs. The course is the most peaceful I've ever played. I'm 60 years old and a 10 handicap. See you there. It's not Pebble but I love it.
I brought a couple others who had not golfed here...
We tee doff at about 3:30 so we were pretty much alone... cloudy day but no rain. We played pretty poorly, but not because of the course. They ere clear that they want to come back.
We got our moneys worth!
I invited a couple friend to play here. They had not played here prior to this. We have played together many time and generally score in the 90's, but all shot about 105. We had a very good time, but our games were not on and the course seemed long...the other thought it seems like there were several par 5's....more than normal.. The weather was a bit threatening, but it did not rain and was not hot so a very nice afternoon about 65 degrees. Both guys said they want to come back and I sure will play here again as we have a beach house in Allyn.
First time at Lakeland
My first time playing here and was impressed with the course. Early tee time and was done in under three hours. Will play here again soon.
beautiful hidden course
A friend told the course was in great condition, he was right. Narrow course with lots of turns and elevation changes. 27 holes, nice people, would have given a higher rating if they had a better practice area. iron only range that drops into a gully, no chipping area that I could find.
In good shape, BUT THEY NEED A MARSHALL
Showed up and there were no carts available, bummer. 9 bucks for a terrible push cart, sad. Group in front of me were 4 total hacks. There ball traveled left and right all over the place with frequent search parties for lost balls.
would not let us pass all day 3 hour front 9. I asked the cart girl if they were all drunk and she reported that one guy was well on his way. they all disappeared around the 13th and my day was saved!! 5 1/2 hour 18. Course is in good shape, greens 8.5/10